American History 2


Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Examine the conquest and exploitation of the West
  • Label significant American historical events on a timeline
  • Analyze the role of industrialization on society
  • Explain the changes in urban society and the government
  • Examine the Roosevelt presidency and the changing face of industrialism
  • Analyze the Age of Progressivism
  • Examine America’s role in World War I
  • Evaluate the cultural challenges of the 1920s and 1930s
  • Investigate issues leading to the Cold War
  • Examine post-World War II culture
  • Examine the political issues of the 1970s
  • Examine the Reagan and Bush Administrations’ role in American society
  • Examine the Democratic revival in the 1990s
    This class includes the following eText:

Divine, America Past and Present, Volume 2; 8th Edition (2011); ISBN: 0205760368.